Articles from May 2016

Using Event Receivers for SharePoint Workflows

One of the more interesting challenges contractors for public sector clients have is working with older versions of software. On a recent project involving an integration of a solution I’d written using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 and SharePoint 2010, I found myself struggling with an issue around capturing a digital signature.   As a straight SharePoint development project, this can…

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File Placement in Custom SharePoint Site

So you want to customize your SharePoint site with custom CSS and JavaScript, like Bootstrap or Angular, but you don’t know where to put the files? You’re in the right place for the answers you seek. There are three places you can put your files: the Master Page Gallery, the Site Assets folder, or the Style Library. The place you choose…

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Installing the Domain Controller (Part 2)

Microsoft improved many features in Windows Server 2012 R2 compared to Windows 2008. Once you install Windows Server 2012, you will notice these new changes just by looking at the new management interface which provides administrators the ability to centralize the system. In this post, I will continue with my 3-part series in this second post: Installing the Domain Controller.  …

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Syntax Highlighting For Code Snippets in HubSpot

If you spend enough time perusing technical blogs, one of the things that you will notice is that any code snippets that are included in the article seem to have an IDE or a very good editor embedded in their article since their snippets come with accurate syntax highlighting along with line numbers. Unfortunately, technical blog authors aren’t using some…

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